Instructions are attached  Initial Response Find a peer-reviewed journal article that relates to one of the topics below.

Instructions are attached 

Initial Response

Find a peer-reviewed journal article that relates to one of the topics below. Thoroughly read the article and provide a 400 to 500 word summary of your article presented as a response to the question/topic. There is no right or wrong response. Points will be earned for proper grammar, spelling, organization, length, citations, content of the knowledge, reasoning, and APA citation and referencing. The use of quotations is not allowed.
Please upload a copy of your article with your post.

· Topic 1 – plaintiffs in civil trials should have the right to be coached by their attorneys prior to psychological evaluations; provide evidence that either supports or refutes this statement

· Topic 2 – the process of voir dire makes juries more biased than less biased; provide evidence that either supports or refutes this statement

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